88 Elmira St.
"88 Elmira St." showcases the ferocious technical ability of guitarist Danny Gatton, who has absorbed every significant American guitar style into his beautifully eclectic, inimitable and soulful guitar voice. "88 Elmira St.", Danny's major label debut, presents an eleven piece cross section of this man's musical versatility. Highlights include the infectious opener "Funky Mama", and the Beach Boys cover, "In My Room", done in true Gatton instrumental fashion.
|04:03||Elmira St. Boogie||Instrumental|
|04:53||In My Room||Instrumental|
|Danny Gatton||Guitar, Slide Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, 5-String Banjo, Lap Steel, 5-String Bass on "Quiet Village", Handclaps on "Pretty Blue", Second Guitar on "The Simpsons", Production, Arrangement|
|Bill Holloman||Arrangement, Saxophones (Tenor, Alto, Baritone), Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone, Hammond B-3 Organ, Vibes, Piano, Handclaps on "Pretty Blue", Yamaha DX7, Roland D50|
|Shannon Ford||Drums, Percussion, Hand-D-Gas on "The Simpsons"|
|John Previti||Upright Bass, 5-String Bass, Ripper Bass|
|Tommy Lepson||Hammond B3 Organ on "Quiet Village"|
|George Cowan||Engineering, Mixing|
|Matt Martinez||Engineering Assistance, Handclaps on "Pretty Blue"|
|Howard Thompson||Handclaps on "Pretty Blue"|
|Billy Windsor||Associate Production, Handclaps on "Pretty Blue"|
|Ian Kimmet||Executive Production|
|Ed Eastridge||Engineering on "Quiet Village"|
|Carol Bobolts||Art Direction|
|Creative Direction||David Bither|
|Recorded Sept. 24-Oct. 10, 1990 at Bearsville Studios, NY., except "Quiet Village" recorded at Big Mo Studio, Wheaton, MD.
Mixed Oct. 29-Nov. 17, 1990 at Bearsville Studios, NY.
Mastered at Masterdisk.